The 1956 massacre of 48 innocent villagers by Border Policemen remains a festering wound in Israeli Arab society. Its current residents are launching an audio-visual spectacle to convey the message: Take responsibility for what happened here.
The military is trying to improve career-army pensions that are already more generous than for the average Israeli.
Why does a court feel compelled to address the repulsive conduct of people at the 'hate wedding' but not an incident in which a sister and brother were shot to death?
Suspecting a 15-year-old Palestinian boy of stone-throwing, Israeli soldiers pursued him in their jeep. A soldier fired one bullet into the boy's back, killing him.
Children returned to their parents after questioning during which they said a man had given them the weapons and told them to commit a stabbing attack.
His blood cries out from the total disinterest his killing generated in Israel, as is the case with every killing of Palestinians.
Former Mapam leader Elazar Granot, a member of the Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee was a Soviet agent, according to documents uncovered by Israeli journalist Ronen Bergman.
The two young Palestinians were shot dead after the sister threw a knife at guards at the Qalandiyah crossing in the West Bank.
Yoni Bleichbard tells a military court that the soldier was right to kill the Palestinian who had stabbed an Israeli soldier in the West Bank settlement.
A passing car on the Lebanese side of the border fires rounds at soldiers, who returned fire, the army reports.